[Resource] Seeking Breakthroughs in SBC at the Intersection of Family Planning and Intimate Partner Violence


Danette Wilkins
 

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NEW RESOURCES
Seeking Breakthroughs in SBC at the Intersection of Family Planning and Intimate Partner Violence

Earlier this year, Breakthrough ACTION hosted the expert consultation “Seeking Breakthroughs in Social and Behavior Change at the Intersection of Family Planning and Intimate Partner Violence” to build on the work of others in strengthening understanding of the linkages between family planning (FP) and intimate partner violence (IPV) and consideration of influencing factors across the socio-ecological model and the life course.

This consultation brought together over 40 subject matter experts in FP, gender-based violence (GBV), and social and behavior change (SBC) representing more than 25 organizations around the globe. During this consultation, participants examined linkages between FP and IPV across the life course, explored SBC theories and approaches that can be applied to integrated FP/IPV programming, and identified opportunities to further advance integrated FP/IPV research and practice.

Breakthrough ACTION is now pleased to launch a new interactive online feature that provides takeaways, recommendations, and links to a detailed technical brief in English and French. Additionally, the Resource Hub provides access to the slides from presentations and you can watch and listen to recordings of the presentations on YouTube.

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FP and IPV Interactive Online Feature
Technical Brief: English | French (français)
Consultation Materials
Consultation Videos

Thank you very much for your time and attention. 

Kindly,
Danette

 

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Danette Wilkins, MPH

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Program Officer II, Family Planning & Reproductive Health

Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

 

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